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How to make the most of your home's unusual storage spaces

Published - 15 Jan 2015
It may be your dream home, and you may love the character that the sloped ceiling in your upstairs room creates, but finding furniture to suit unusually shaped storage spaces can seem like a challenge. 
 
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It’s not just sloped ceilings which can be a problem, but also nooks and crannies with unusual shapes, and chimney breasts and the like. Not to mention spaces in attics, under the stairs or loft conversions. Without the right bedroom furniture, you could face the frustration of wasted space in your home – especially if you choose ready-made products. 
 
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Of course, there are some things you can do yourself, such as placing the bed right under the sloped ceiling to create more headroom in the middle of the room, among other tricks. But really, it’s all about having the skills and know-how to make the very most out of every last millimetre of space. That's where we come in... 
 
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At Sliding Wardrobes World, we can help, with products to suit the most awkwardly shaped spaces! With our sloped ceiling door wardrobe system, you can enjoy any of the sliding door designs we currently have available, with the interior storage space tailored to specific requirements. 
 
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We have slanted fitted furniture with top of the range sliding wardrobe doors to help you make the most of your space. Transform your interior and get the same great performance you’d expect from any of our products, including traditional laminated panels with contemporary glass or mirror sliding doors 
 
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Whatever the shape or angles of the space you want to fill, we’ll have seen it all before. We sort out sloped ceiling wardrobes just about every day. We know that many interiors not only have slanted ceilings, but also a chimney breast, often situated in between the alcoves. Again, we see this all the time and it’s nothing to worry about. Our tailor-made custom doors can fit snugly under the slope, with specially designed interior wardrobe components. 
 
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If you have a chimney breast, we can take this into account at the design stages and shallow shelves can be put in above it to provide extra storage, if this is needed – we’ll also make sure we leave room for your TV, if required.
 
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So whether you want hinged door wardrobes or have your heart set on mirror wardrobes, get in touch with our skilled design team today. We can come up with the best solution for you, whatever you need – and you’ll love our wardrobe door designs! 
 
If you have a loft conversion you are furnishing, we can help you use this space well by installing a matching storage bed, or other furniture, including a nifty headboard. We could put in an angled back wardrobe under the slope, with tailored interior storage to suit the space and what you need, whether that’s room for hanging clothes, storing shoes or placing shelves or drawers. 
 
We’re happy to come to you for a no-charge design consultation – so get in touch and we can start transforming your space.

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All pictures used in this article are real customer realizations.